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Joined Date: Jul 07, 2006
"Wow, this the way to cook a large turkey! I used this recipe on a 21 pound turkey that I cut apart myself and brined as instructed. I was careful when I cut the turkey apart so the skin would stay intact on all the pieces. This also allowed me to use the backbone and wing tips, etc to make stock the night before, thus saving some time on Thanks"
Reviewed Marinara Sauce
"I like the idea of simple, and Michael is one of the chefs I like and respect most. But, it was just too bland for me. I finally added about 1/4 cup bacon grease and a cup of red wine and cooked it for a long time. It was really tasty then."
"Excellect recipe us novice Indian food cooks. I definitely recommend this as a starting point for those who wish to start exploring Indian cooking. I have made this 3 times. Have not changed the recipe, except I use canned diced tomatoes and a can of drained green beans. I use this when I do the Daniel fast.
Reviewed The Original Caesar
"This is really a great tasting, easy recipe for Ceasar Salad. Better than many more complex recipes. You are more likely to have these ingredients on hand as compared to other recipes (unless you always keep a tube of anchovy paste on hand)"
"Not too bad. Good for a pot luck maybe. The sauce seemed bland. Takes a while in the kitchen. I agree with the other reviews, you could probably make it better with canned enchilada sauce and salsa. But one of the last reviews I read really hit home - why not just make regular enchiladas and take half the time and taste twice as good. Probab""
"Not too bad. Good for a pot luck maybe. The sauce seemed bland. Takes a while in the kitchen. I agree with the other reviews, you could probably make it better with canned enchilada sauce and salsa. But one of the last reviews I read really hit home - why not just make regular enchiladas and take half the time and taste twice as good.""
As a child, I had to cook for my brother and sister. After I moved out on my own I got a electric wok and a cookbook as a gift. Taught myself to cook Chineese. I have been cooking a lot of different styles for a long time. I have a small garden and I love to cook the things I grow. I'm in to fitness now, so I try to be very selective on the recipes I use.